- An MVD Exclusive
- SKU: SEV13566BR
- Format: Blu-ray
- UPC: 760137135661
- Street Date: 09/26/23
- PreBook Date: 08/22/23
- Label: Severin Films »
- Genre: Horror
- Run Time: 93 mins
- Number of Discs: 2
- Audio: STEREO
- Year of Production: 1975
- Region Code: 1
- Box Lot:
- Territory: NORTH AMERICA
- Language: English
Cast & Crew
- Florinda Bolkan as Alice Campos
- Peter McEnery as Henry
- Nicoletta Elmi as Paula Burton
- Caterina Boratto as Boutique Owner
- John Karlsen as Alfred Lowenthal
- Esmeralda Ruspoli
- Evelyn Stewart as Mary
- Miriam Acevedo as Alice's Supervisor
- Rosita Torosh as Marie Leblanche
- Luigi Antonio Guerra
- Klaus Kinski as Professor Blackmann
- Lila Kedrova as Mrs. Heim
Florinda Bolkan (A LIZARD IN A WOMAN'S SKIN) stars as a freelance translator who wakes one morning missing all memory of her past three days.
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TWO-DISC SET INCLUDES AMERICAN + ITALIAN VERSIONS
In the most criminally underseen giallo of the '70s, Florinda Bolkan (A LIZARD IN A WOMAN'S SKIN, FLAVIA THE HERETIC) stars as a freelance translator who wakes one morning missing all memory of her past three days. But will a trail of odd clues lead her to a place where perception and identity are never what they seem? Nicoletta Elmi (DEEP RED), Evelyn Stewart (THE SWEET BODY OF DEBORAH), Lila Kedrova (THE TENANT) and Klaus Kinski co-star in this "visually stunning gem" (Mondo Digital) - also known as FOOTPRINTS ON THE MOON - directed by Luigi Bazzoni (THE FIFTH CORD) with cinematography by three-time Oscar winner Vittorio Storaro (THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE), now scanned in 4K from the original camera negative.
Disc 1 Special Features
Disc 2 Special Features
- Introduction By Kier-La Janisse, Author Of House Of Psychotic Women
- To The Moon - Interview With Actress Ida Galli
- Nicoletta Elmi: Italian Cinema's Imp Ascendent - Video Essay By Film Scholars Alexandra Heller-Nicholas And Craig Martin
- Audio Commentary On The Italian Cut With Film Historian Kat Ellinger
- Light Of The Moon - Interview With Cinematographer Vittorio Storaro
- For fans of DON'T TORTURE A DUCKLING
- For fans of surreal gialli
- For fans of THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE
- For fans of ALL THE COLORS OF THE DARK
- For fans of THE FIFTH CORD
- For fans of A LIZARD IN A WOMAN'S SKIN
Psychedelically haunting... For those longing for an existentialist adventure that combines the narrative mystery of SOLARIS with the vivid visions of Argento, this is the film you've been dreaming of.
—Electric Sheep Magazine
Enjoy the madness of it all... A mesmerizing and hauntingly vibrant mind trip.
—The Lucid Nightmare
A subtle masterpiece... It goes far beyond the standard gialli formula to become something of a revelation.
Seek it out and unravel its mystery... One of the most unique and overlooked Italian films of the '70s.
—Moon In The Gutter
An unforgettable experience.... A unique and prescient film that is as stylish as it is evocative and mysterious.
Absolutely spellbinding... Best described as a 'space-age giallo,' it features breathtaking detail and color that make the unearthly story explode in visual perfection.
Mind-bending... A haunting, beautifully constructed gem of a psychological thriller.